Australia Seeks Psychological Exam for Cosmetic Surgery-Seeking Teens

Body|Beauty|Culture Amid global concerns about the escalation of cosmetic surgery in children, the Australian government proposes a mandatory psychological examination and a three-month cooling-off period in an effort to control the booming ‘make you perfect’ industry.

The Australians cite a ‘disturbing trend’ for procedures like Botox, liposuction and laser therapy among children. Read on The Age.